I Can’t Believe I’m Loom Knitting…Ft.Myers, Florida Photographer

I have to shout out a BIG thank you to my sister-in-law Tami! Last weekend, she brought her knitting loom to our family get together and taught me how to knit on the Knifty Knitter! As soon as I watched her do a few cast on’s I was HOOKED! It reminded me of the good ole days when I was younger and had so much fun making pot holders for my relatives. Do you remember doing this when you were a child? It is about the same technique but with a more mature spin on it. I couldn’t wait to go to Joannes Fabric Store and buy my own knitting loom and yarn.I decided on the Deborah Norville Yarn, it is very soft and beautiful. Who knew that Deborah had her own line of yarn? I just love these colors, don’t you?
I bought the smallest loom size which is the number one, 5.5 inches. It is great for Baby Hats, Booties, Belts and more.
This is what comes in your kit, minus the yarn.
As pictured…my first row of knitting.
After several rows, you can see progress…
Oh my word…I DID IT! Very excited!
Basic hat is finished!
I added a pom pom for the cutestness effect! Isn’t it adorable?
Do you have any idea who this hat might be for?

Leave your comments and tell me what you think of the Knifty Knitter!

Visit provocraft.com to view their other looms and patterns.

Happy Wednesday to you!

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11 thoughts on “I Can’t Believe I’m Loom Knitting…Ft.Myers, Florida Photographer

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  2. Laurie,
    I can’t believe you made that hat on that little loom. I use to knit. Many moons ago.

  3. Knitting……..where DO you find the time? This is adorable! Almost wish I had a little one (grand, that is!) to be so inspired for! Laurie, in the good old days, I knitted, crocheted, sewed, made several latch-hook rugs (remember those?). My, my…..that was a long time ago!

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